An astral spirit serving as guide, counselor or teacher to an entity who is temporarily visiting the astral world in an out-of-body experience, or to a discarnate who is newly come from earth-plane life.
In the context of community service, the term mentor is often used to refer to a specific type of relationship between an adult and a youth. Mentorship occurs naturally in healthy communities in the form of a variety of support systems from which young people may learn. “Structured” mentoring programs attempt to provide that guidance where it is missing. In the context of the college or university, a mentor for a student may be a useful or supportive faculty member, giving them guidance or advice.
an extremely valuable relationship between a new employee in an organization and another person within that same organization who is willing and able to pass on insightful advice and knowledge gained from past experience
a senior officer of the student-employee who has been nominated by his organization or is a person in a senior position willing to undertake and discharge the academic responsibilities on his own volition
An educator who has at least three full years of experience under an Initial or Professional license and who has been trained to assist a beginning educator in the same professional role with his or her professional responsibilities and general school/district procedures. In addition, a mentor may assist an experienced educator who is new to a school, subject area, or grade level. A mentor may also assist an educator who is participating in a performance assessment or a district-based program for licensure.
A mentor has skills, experience, understanding and networks, which they share with less experienced health promoters to guide their practice. It is primarily a personal and informal relationship based on trust.
A more established organization or individual member who is willing to serve as a trusted counselor or teacher to a startup organization or individual member. RenewableNYS.org members are asked if they would like to serve as a mentor when signing up. This is a searchable field.
a youth or adult who teaches by example; in youth court a youth mentor may be assigned to the respondent/defendant to assure the completion of the youth court disposition; an adult mentor may be assigned to assist youth attorneys with the presentation of their case to the court
The mentor is a more experienced, more senior and qualified person who agrees to assist the mentee in the process of work experience and advancement to CPA status as outlined in the Mentor Program. A mentor must be a CPA or full member of an equivalent member body. A full list of equivalent member bodies is available.
A Mentor is someone from industry who has volunteered to participate in the SSTN by sharing his or her expertise with teachers and pupils in order to enhance the learning and teaching process. A Mentor's involvement can either be solely via the website or they may wish to visit the school by prior arrangement with the teacher to present to the children, or it can be a mixture of both.
A person that has demonstrated mastery of the critical competencies for a job role. Public school mentors assist initially-certified persons towards mastery of specific educational competencies. Through modeling, relationship building, observation/diagnosis, prescription, coaching, and reflection.
In the context of community service, the term mentor is often used to refer to a specific type of relationship between an adult and a youth. Mentors act as role models who offer youth the friendship and guidance of a caring adult. Mentors provide youth with examples of life experiences that can show younger people what to aspire to. Mentors support and enable a young person to become whomever and whatever they choose.
An Empire State College faculty member. Mentors work closely and individually with students, serving as intellectual guides who help students define their educational tasks, identify resources and evaluate students' progress.
In Greek mythology, Mentor (sometimes MentÃªs) was the son of Alcumus and, in his old age, a friend of Odysseus. When Odysseus left for the Trojan War he placed Mentor in charge of his son, Telemachus, and of his palace. When Athena visited Telemachus she took the disguise of Mentor to hide herself from the suitors of Telemachus' mother Penelope.
Someone who has embarked on a similar journey to your own and, with insight and understanding, has reflected on their achievements and also what they had hoped to achieve. They communicate a vision of what lies ahead. They support and challenge you.